The chicken was actually moroccan inspired, as was the flatbread…so…really the only Greek thing about this dinner was the tzatziki sauce.
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When I was a kid I had, for some unknown reason, a total love of all things Moroccan. Now, I’ve never been to Morocco (although I’d love to go some day), didn’t know anyone from Morocco, had absolutely no connection to the place whatsoever. But it intrigued me, and still does to this day.
So I love finding Moroccan recipes. I was particularly excited to see this one, while watching Tyler Florence’s show on Food Network. I love Tyler Florence. I really do. But I’ll wax poetic about that in another post later. Anyway, he was making Moroccan brick chicken with yogurt sauce and couscous and it looked, as all his food does, absolutely divine so I thought I would try it sometime.
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